INJURY-HIT Oxford City slipped into the Vanarama National League relegation zone after a defeat at promotion-chasing Bromley.

Olufela Olomola gave the hosts an early lead, however Josh Parker hit back for the Hoops from the penalty spot.

Olomola grabbed his second goal after 65 minutes, before Louis Dennis made sure of the points four minutes into stoppage time.

It took just 30 seconds for the first chance of the game, when Michael Cheek narrowly headed wide a Josh Passley cross.

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Bromley then took the lead in the seventh minute, when Olomola shrugged off his marker before slotting the ball underneath Chris Haigh.

City responded well and levelled matters with 20 minutes on the clock. Deji Elerewe tripped Pierre Fonkeu in the box, with Parker making no mistake from 12 yards.

Bromley regained the lead when the Hoops failed to clear their lines, and although Haigh saved well from Cheek, Olomola pounced on the rebound to fire in from the edge of the six-yard box.

Haigh made further impressive stops to tip Ben Krauhaus’ shot behind the post, and a Dennis header onto the crossbar.

Dennis grabbed a third though when he drove home from the edge of the area after a slip from Lewis Miccio.

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Didcot Town sit six points inside the Southern League Premier South relegation zone after a defeat at home to high-flying Salisbury.

Sido Jombati scored in either half for the visitors, his second from the penalty spot.

Ben Putland pulled a goal back for the Railwaymen with just over 10 minutes to go, however Jamie Heapy’s side were unable to find an equaliser.

North Leigh maintained the pressure on Southern League Central Division leaders Bedford Town with a 4-1 win at home to Kings Langley. Lance Williams, Owen James and a Dan West double found the net for the Millers.

Kidlington dropped to 15th after a 3-1 loss at Biggleswade Town, while Thame United are now second from bottom following their 5-1 defeat at Hertford Town.

Banbury United’s home game with Darlington in National League North was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.